Even the most effective or the best of medicines will not give the desired effect, if not administered or taken properly. Getting the right medicine at the right time in the accurate dosage to the right patient is a very challenging task. It is here that automated pharmacy dispensing systems like Synmed comes to your rescue.
Automated Pharmacy Dispensing System technology is a miraculous invention. The doctors and pharmacists around the world are heaving a sigh of relief. Imagine filling out 500 + prescriptions per day, or having round-the-clock pharmacy medications. The ADS system is a boon to them. It will label, fill, verify, sort and cap prescriptions in an impressively organized and timely manner.
With the advanced ADS Technology, the patients will no longer have to wait in those long tiring queues to get his/her medication. The ADS System will have drugs stored in it. All it has to do is dispense, label, verify and cap the prescription. This simply means less waiting for patients. They can quickly get their medication and go ahead with their daily work!
Now, the ADS system can store several medicines. So, it holds drugs for almost all possibly needed prescriptions. There is always room for error when work is done by human. Humans are prone to errors, but that is not the case with this robotic system. You can thoroughly rely on it. Pharmacists can sometimes go wrong will counting the drugs. It may cause fatigue to the pharmacists, as sometimes the drugs are really small and it is natural for any human to go wrong in such situations.
So, the ADS system seems like a boon in such situations. How the process works is that the pharmacies have their ADS interfaced with their Pharmacy Management System (PMS) and Interactive Voice Response (IVR) system. They streamline the entire procedure from the first telephone refill order to a finalized prescription.
The PMS forwards the patient’s prescription to the robot electronically. The robots scan the medicine and select the right one. It then counts, labels, and caps likewise; finally it is dispatched. There is absolutely no room for mistakes. Now there might be concerns about contamination. But not to worry, there is a separate cell or column for each medicine to avoid the contamination. In matter of seconds, the patient can be out with their drugs.